Nigeria: fancy a MINT?

A recent report has suggested potential growth in Africa over the next five to ten years at comparative figures to those recently seen in China and India. However, as readers will be aware all is not well within the Indo-China arena with signs of stagnation and increased levels of unemployment.

It is fair to say that due to geo-political issues the labour market in Africa is non-uniform and in many ways in a state of flux.

Certainly, the region has an abundance of cheap labour, land mass and minerals which are there to be exploited but it is harnessing that labour market and ensuring that it is structured and capable of sustained growth that is the puzzling question.

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